2009/8/26 Alkis Evlogimenos ('Αλκης Ευλογημένος) <evlogime...@gmail.com>:
> Protocol buffers do not have a protobuf map equivalent. What is usually done
> is to put 2 repeated fields in the proto, one for the keys and one for the
> values of the map you are trying to represent.

Or a repeated embedded message with a key and a value.

>
> On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 7:13 PM, rajesh <poorv...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>> Hi All,
>>          Iam kinda new to using protocol buffers, so this  could be a
>> dumb question. I am curious as to how or what should be the syntax of
>> the protocol buffer message for Map implementations in java. I looked
>> in the documentation, but dint find any such example message.
>> Similarly what should be the field type in the protocol buffer message
>> which  corresponds to Date implemetations in java. I would appreciate
>> if some one can guide me through this or point me to the documentation
>> which will help me understand this aspect better. Thanks in advance.
>>
>> -Raj
>>
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> Alkis
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